WHERE TO FIND LGBTQ RESOURCES FOR EARLY YEARS
LGBTQIA+ Early Years Magazine & Resources
About our Magazine
The LGBTQIA+ Early Years magazine is all about being able to openly discuss and challenge our thinking to make our Early Years settings and practice a true reflection on our diverse society today.
This publication has been a labour of love, not just because of the LGBTQIA+ nature of its content, but the fact that it has brought so many professionals together to discuss the true meaning of inclusive and representative practice within our settings.
The download is currently Free, but we recognise that some Early Years settings don't have the tools to be able to use this within their settings. So if you are a setting that does not have IT equipment or you are facing hardship, we want to help. Email AaronEarlyYears@outlook.com and discuss the options of getting your Free* copy of a physical magazine.
*to enable us to provide the magazine to as many settings as possible, we may ask you to pay towards the cost of the postage which is currently £1.50
Please note: the free copy of the printed magazine is only available for Early Years settings; if you work in other areas of the Sector and would like a copy, the cost is £4.00.
The articles in this magazine have been provided through the experience of each of the authors and has been written with that in mind. It is meant to be used as an opportunity to reflect on your position when discussing LGBTQIA+ and starting your journey of representation. It is in no way an expectation that this magazine is the way to approach your practice and we are not saying that the articles within this magazine is the only way to approach such matters. It is important as professionals that we know what is best for our children within our care. But, it is meant to be an opportunity to take on board what is being stated. Another clarification is that all the Authors work across the whole sector of the Early Years. This includes Maintained ,Private, Voluntary and Independent Early Years settings and Schools. By downloading this magazine you have taken on board the points raised above.
Birth to Five Matters
Birth to 5 Matters provides comprehensive guidance, drawing on previous guidance for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) which has been updated in order to reflect recent research, to meet the needs of practitioners, to respond to current issues in society, to meet the needs of children today and to lay a strong foundation for their futures. We are very proud to have been a part of shaping the Inclusion and Diversity section. Download your copy below.
GETTING STARTED TOOLKIT
Use this toolkit to kickstart your work in tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying
The Early Years stage is a formative time in children's lives. Early Years settings to crucial work to prevent children from developing homophobic, biphobic and transphobic attitudes. It's a big piece of work, but done well, it's life-changing for children and families
This toolkit gets you started in five easy steps
Effectively Challenging Homophobia,
Biphobia and Transphobia.
This resource provides information and guidance to school staff on addressing homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in Scottish schools.It is designed to assist both primary and secondary school staff in recognising and responding to incidents of homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in their schools.
Becoming LGBT+ friendly in schools serving faith communities
TACKLING HOMOPHOBIC LANGUAGE
SO YOU THINK YOUR CHILD IS GAY?
This document is currently being updated by Stonewall to represent all of the LGBTQ identities.